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Free showing of acclaimed documentary

By Jean Strahlendorf Special to The PREVIEW On Friday, Nov. 8, “The House I Live In,” one of the most acclaimed documentaries of 2012, will be shown free of charge…

Local companies make gains and receive awards in stressful times

SUN Columnist For the past few years, many of us have faced an economic challenge in Pagosa Springs. With the nationwide market crisis, two of Pagosa’s three major economic drivers…

BoCC examines county audit results

Staff Writer For the second year in a row, Archuleta County has received an unqualified opinion on its audit, meaning a clean audit. The 2012 audit was presented at the…

Ballots must be returned by Nov. 5

By June Madrid Special to The SUN Ballots are in the mail, so if you know you are registered, you should have your ballot by now. If you have not…

While one Big Box store waits, another is built

Staff Writer While Wal-Mart elected to delay groundbreaking for a store until next spring because of unacceptably high contractor bids, Tractor Supply Company, despite some roadblocks, is making  progress towards…

Guilty verdict in murder trial

Guilty verdict in murder trial

Staff Writer Charles Ray Stane, the suspect in a 1988 cold case homicide, was found guilty of second degree murder following a jury trial that ended Friday, Oct. 25. Stane,…

Man dies in fall from scaffold

Staff Writer A Pagosa Springs man died in a fall after a scaffolding collapsed in the Pagosa Lakes Ranch subdivision Monday afternoon. Kenneth Wilson, 52, died after suffering a head…

Candidate in Bayfield school board election ruled ineligible

By Tiffany Parker Special to The SUN Based upon an inquiry to the La Plata Clerk and Recorder’s office and upon further research of the La Plata County Assessor’s records,…

Ballots mailed, must be returned by Tuesday, Nov. 5

By June Madrid Special to The SUN Ballots are in the mail, so if you know you are registered, you should have your ballot by now. If you have not…

LPEA to host Halloween trick-or-treat for young children

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN It’ll be a “spirited good time” for young ones at La Plata Electric Association (LPEA), as the cooperative will host a special open…